Mohammed bin Hammam

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Mohammed bin Hammam
محمد بن همّام
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Bin Hammam, 2010
9th President of AFC
In office
1 August 2002 – 1 August 2011[1]
Vice President Zhang Jilong
Preceded by Ahmad Shah
Succeeded by Zhang Jilong
Chairman of Qatar Football Association
In office
1 February 1992 – 1 February 1996
President Hamad Al Thani
Preceded by Rahman Ridzha
Succeeded by Mohammed Hashem
Personal details
Born Mohammed bin Hammam
(1949-05-08) 8 May 1949 (age 69)
Doha, Qatar
Nationality Qatari
Spouse(s) Fatima bin Hammam
Occupation Football administrator

Mohammed bin Hammam (Arabic: محمد بن همّام; born 8 May 1949) is a Qatari who used to be a football administrator and the AFC President (1 August 2002 to 14 June 2011).

During the 2022 FIFA World Cup bidding, Mohammed bin Hammam was rumored to have bribed officials, so that Qatar can host.

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